If Hong Kong wants to convince foreign governments to preserve its special status, it must hold onto its core strengths. Photo: Roy Issa
Janet Pau
Opinion

Opinion

Janet Pau

Hong Kong can retain its special status with the US if it cultivates its differences from mainland China

  • Janet Pau says as the trade war and a US report raise questions about how Hong Kong will be treated, it must strengthen its role as a guardian of global norms
  • It is imperative to safeguard and enhance Hong Kong’s rule of law, intellectual property protections, financial market expertise and academic freedom

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If Hong Kong wants to convince foreign governments to preserve its special status, it must hold onto its core strengths. Photo: Roy Issa
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